Trichomoniasis - Can ciprofloxacin be used instead of metronidazole?

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Anonymous

16 Nov 2009

Trich is a protozoan and Metro is the standard drug to treat it. You might ask the pharmacist if there are any new meds to treat it, but, most doctors are gonna put you one metro.

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